Published on Jul 4, 2013 Journalist Mark Taylor-Canfield's original four part educational documentary on untold stories of US history. In the third segment he presents the stories of British "spy" John Andre', abolitionist Dr. Martin Robinson Delaney, and human rights activist Lucy Stone. Mark Taylor-Canfield has written at Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Truthout, etc. He can be heard on many national media programs, including the Thom Hartmann Show @ Free Speech TV freespeech.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: John Andre, Revolutionary War, Benedict Arnold, Henry Clinton, Hudson River, 1781, New York, Great...
Once attributed to Girolamo Spinelli; now believed to be the work of Galilei. Cf. Drake, Stillman. Galileo against the philosophers Galileo, a major progenitor of the Scientific Revolution was also a martyr of the new science. His career can be viewed as a series of controversies, beginning with his earliest published work on the ‘new star’ of 1604, written when he was already 40. He then moved on to the proportional compass, the telescopic discoveries of 1610, the ‘bodies in water’ and... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Lorenzini, Antonio, fl. 1606, Stars, New, Astronomy
Federal Civil Defense Administration Duck and Cover (Wikipedia) NTIS AVA11109VNB1 From the Wikipedia: Duck and Cover was a social guidance film produced in 1951 by the United States federal government's Civil Defense branch shortly after the Soviet Union began nuclear testing. Written by Raymond J. Mauer and directed by Anthony Rizzo of Archer Productions and made with the help of schoolchildren from New York City and Astoria, New York, it was shown in schools as the cornerstone of the... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: FedFlix, ntis.gov
Marine artillery sergeant Joel Oyer initially supported the war as he entered Iraq with the 2003 invasion force. He tells of his gradual disillusionment with the war and the continuing occupation. Please help get this video aired on your local community access television. See IraqEyewitness.org for more information about this series and to have DVDs mailed to the station. Thank you for your help. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Iraq, unembedded, Marine, war
A 're-imagining' of the 1950 Coronet film featured at Archive.org, this film was assembled to celebrate the marriage of Daniela Votavova and Aaron Simpson. It was originally screened in Ceske Krumlov, Czech Republic for wedding guests on the eve of the ceremony. Big thanks to the Prelinger Archives and Archive.org - we found nearly every type of shot we wanted on this site, in unbelievable quality and with relative ease. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Marriage, Wedding, Love, Prelinger mashup